Women’s RF2 Leggings 5/4mm

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The RF2 Leggings are lined with Metalite neoprene to maximse comfirt and stretch and the outer layer is lined for durability, making the RF2 a versatile freediving suit. The leggings also feature a wide smoothskin band around the torso, designed to create a seal with the RF2 jacket, effectively almost eliminating water ingress the suit.

The neoprene used is derived from limestone and recycled materials as part of our mission to reduce our impact on the environment. For more information on our materials, click here

Features & Fitting & Advices

Ergonomic seams for ease of movement
Flexible and warm 'open cell' (Metalite) lining
Glued and blindstitched throughout
Lined outer for increased durability
Smoothskin waist panel for optimal core seal
Limestone neoprene

Fabric & Care

Dope Dyed Black 90% Neoprene / 10% Nylon

Thickness mm


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Frequently Bought Together

Ocean positive

RF 1 & 2
Freediving Wetsuits

Fourth Element

RF - when 20 years of pioneering work in the field of underwater thermal protection meets freediving performance.

Maximise your freedom in the water, just focus on your breath. Forgot you are wearing any equipment and reach your limit.

RF 2

Freediving in cold waters


Limestone Neoprene

Reduced environmental impact during the rubber chip production process, as petrochemicals can be replaced by limestone.

Recycled Rubber

Eco Carbon Black - is a key ingredients of neoprene. The factory from Fourth Elements Wetsuits recycled post-consumer scrap tyres for the production of this rubber. This safes 200g CO2 emissions by each wetsuits. (Compare to new rubber production)


A production with less waste as possible. The redundant trimmed materials will be recycled and reused inthe mixing process to produce moew neoprene sheets.

Dope-Dyed Yarn

They infusing dye pigments into a molton plastic soluton to produce coloured yarns. This process saves water whilst reducing energy consumption and water pollution.